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HALF OF MY SOUL 
MY NAME IS THEODOROS AND I WAS BORN IN ATHENS GREECE AT 1965. I WAS ATTRACTED FROM THE LIVE MUSIC FROM VERY YOUNG AGE. I START WORKING IN MUSIC AND SOUND …

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If you've been in the trenches, you've got some war stories. I'll get the ball rolling here. During the recording of the Bee Gees ESP album I reached …

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A method to route audio tracks to a bus for some kind of common processing, such as applying the same effect(s) to multiple tracks. Bill R

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TROUBLESHOOTING 2012 RESOLUTIONS TO ENGINEERING DISASTERS 1. MICROPHONE FEEDACK PROBLEMS - HUMMING & BUZZING SOUNDS 2. ELECTRO-MAGNETICS: AMPLIFIERS …

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